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Natta

[naht-tah]
noun
  1. Giu·lio [joo-lyaw] /ˈdʒu lyɔ/, 1903–79, Italian chemist and engineer: Nobel Prize in chemistry 1963.
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Historical Examples

  • My first information about Natta was from your letter: I couldn't bear the man.

    The Letters of Cicero, Volume 1

    Marcus Tullius Cicero

  • Natta was reached in about nine miles, north-east by north from Pia.

  • But it is yours, Tony; you placed it there for Miss Natta to find.

    The Liberty Girl

    Rena I. Halsey

  • Ophiura natta is very common, and has been known from very early times in European seas.

    The Ocean World:

    Louis Figuier

  • Mr. Burgess told me of a water-hole in a creek, called Natta, nine or ten miles off, where I intend to go next.